This is a free event that benefits the CASA programs serving Northern Kentucky. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) relies on private donors, grant writing, & fundraisers to continue
This is a free event that benefits the CASA programs serving Northern Kentucky. CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) relies on private donors, grant writing, & fundraisers to continue its mission. The annual breakfast is a major fundraiser that supports CASA’s mission in Northern Kentucky.
The mission of CASA is to provide court-appointed volunteer advocacy to enable every abused and neglected child to have a safe, permanent home to thrive in.
The CASA program was established in 1977 by a Seattle Judge who conceived the idea of using trained community volunteers to speak for the best interests of abused & neglected children. The program was so successful that Judges across the country began utilizing citizen advocates. In 1990, Congress encouraged the expansion of CASA programs throughout the nation. Today there are over 85,000 volunteers serving more than 260,000 children at the hands of abuse and/or neglect.
In 2021 nearly 100 CASA Volunteers advocated for over 250 children in Northern Kentucky. Children with a CASA advocate are three times more likely to find permanence & spend less time in the foster care system. They are also more likely to graduate high school, go on to college, & become a successful, contributing member of society. CASA Volunteers can truly change to life for a child by advocating for his or her best interest! Help us continue our mission to serve every child in the family court system. We hope to see you at the 3rd Annual Heroes for Children Breakfast!
(Friday) 8:00 am - 9:00 am(GMT+00:00) View in my time
Garden of Park Hills
1622 Dixie Hwy, Park Hills, KY 41011
CASA for Kids Serving Kenton, Campbell & Pendleton Counties